Editorial: Kathleen Falk bows to pressure with union pledge | The President | Scoop.it

Special-interest groups sometimes try to make a splash during a campaign by asking candidates to sign their pledge.

1. The subject of the column is about how a candidate signed a pledge.

2. The writer says that the pledge makes someone make a decision before they know the situation.They also say that it makes candidates look as if the are bought and paid by the union.

3. The writer thinks that candidates should not sign pledges.

4. Yes the writer sates their opinion when they say, "That's why we're disappointed that Kathleen Falk, the apparent Democratic frontrunner in the effort to recall Gov. Scott Walker, agreed to veto the next state budget if it doesn't re-establish collective bargaining for pubic workers."

6. I learned that the editor disagrees with politions signing a pledge, especially before they are in office.

7. I think the article was written for voters.

8. Yes, thety offer evidence when she is explaining why you should not sign a pledge and when she shows that no one else has.

The author mainly uses a lot of tone in her article. When she says “That's why we're disappointed that Kathleen Falk, the apparent Democratic frontrunner in the effort to recall Gov. Scott Walker, agreed to veto the next state budget if it doesn't re-establish collective bargaining for pubic workers.” She is using her own voice to say what her opinion on the matter is. She is able to get more across to the reader by giving her own opinion. She also uses description when she is talking about the politician and when she describes why she thinks it is wrong for somone outside of office to sign a pledge.